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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rc 1 s ittr a is THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 11 1905 NO 12 Surprise Tests For Engine Men Tie Queen Crescent ia putting Ito engine mon nnd trainmen through se vere teats in the interests of safer better and more expeditious service Thc e management has quietly put into t a system of surprise teats which are calculated to awaken engineers to their responsibilities In a circular letter addressed to engineers previous to the Inauguration of a the surprise testa the engine men were advise to follow printed rules to the letter and not to rdon customary practice In cures of doubt The circular was headed Eternal Vigilance Is the Price of Safety The company started In on iU secret tests Engine men never knew when a red r light would IKJ turned against them or when they would be placed in position to chotwo between their own discretion and the letter of printed rules The campaign of surprise torts not only included the use of semaphore sig nab but Whistle signals of nil sorts placing of roarcnd flagmen torpedo tests burning fuse tests and all kinds of safety signals The time ud places for the trots were kept ecrot Engine men and trainmen did not know when a train master a road foreman a wporlnton dent or train rule examiner was standing behind the glare of H rod tfelpt or In the shadow of n section houM A train rulo examiner Is n new fume tionary Thu Queen Crtwont has up l pointed one for ovary division Tho manner in which their duties are ar ranged is illustrated in the case of an engineer who onwhely followed what ho thought was customary practice instead of plainly printed rules When this engineer failed In the surprise lust he was notified to appear before the r train rule examiner The latter subjec tel him to n rigid examination on hit knowledge of the rules The engineer passed a high average and the record was certified to the Superintendent The latter looked 11 over saw that the engineer could quote the rules correctly nnd thorofore was correct in tuwumlng that the engineers tall re at the surprise test was entirely due to carolaMtwtw It became the duty of the Superinten dent to decide what disciplinary measures were necessary I Since tho surprise lusts wore inau gurated the discipline of thuenglno mon has greately improved General Man ager W A Gnrrettlsaid yesterday he was much gratified by results In order to InefTaceably improsa upon every engineer the fact that speed is not the first consideration the management of the company has given orders that the words Safety BOrON Speed ahal be stenciled in bright letters in the cab of every locomotive where the eyes of the engineer will constantly see themA of the new system is place Ing fiery engineer onrecord as to his views When the original circulars r were sent out engineers were asked to 1vrito their views as to whether they that the record of a certain I Chicago line could be equaled This record showcd 690 surprise tests In one month without a single failure on the part of the engine men subjected to the sudden surprises In every cause the Q C engine men expressed the belief that they could reach that record I and now the company is holding them to this Iow- An official of the company said yes terday that the percentage or failures in the last months tests waa very small and that the system of checking the men up unexpectedly and under conditions which arise dally WWI having a beneficial effect Commercial Tri bune For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It Is not the quantity of food taken thut gives strength nnd vigor to the system but the amount digested and assimilated If troubled with glvopbeen benefltted by their use They only cost a quarter For solo by Lyno Tiros Crab Orchard egg Oil drilling machinery has been moved into tho famous Burning Springs region of Clay county and a number of holes will be sunk in efforts to find oil Gas comes out of the ground in the region in Immense quantities When set- on fire tho blaze can be seen for 12 or 15 miles Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from tho viru lent poisons of undigested food C G Orayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings Now Life Pills with tho re stilt ho writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic properties 25o at G It Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guaranteed p fifI CHURCH MATTERS Tho Thibetan Bible contains 103000 American Sunday School Union is working for 1000000 new scholars In 1DO5 Southern Methodita will raise a 100 000 endowment fnnd for superannuated ministersAt of the West Lexington Presbytery Dr I S McElroy was transferred to a Georgia Presbytery The Wilmington Methodist Confer once suspended one preacher and dis missed another for dealing in stocks A New York minister took the lan guage of Rockefellers son in a speech us text for an arraignment of the trusts W Wright of Cincinnati Super intendent of Evangelism will preach at the Christian church at 730 Thurs day evening The Christian Church Missionary So ciety will send out 10 missionaries In September The society has trade u gain of 18000 over last year The Soulwinners who hogan seven years ago mission work among the Highlanders in the Kentucky Cumher lands with one missionary and no mono ey now have 70 workers Uer Dr Wallace KadclllFo pastor of the Now Yorkavenue Presbyterian church of Washington City probably will be called to tho pulpit oC the Fourthavenue Presbyterian church Inuievill The 10th Annual Convention of tho Kentncky Sunday School Association will be hull at Somerset June 7 8 0 An fxctodlngly strung nnd interesting program te being prepared Dr Chins Roads of Philadelphia Reverend E W Halpcnny of Imliannimlte and Mr W C Shafer of Fairmont are to bo tho visiting speakers Each is the General Secretary of his State and they will come to us with well matured plans Evury School in the State is entitled to representation and a large attendance 1At HlCnCl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Anderson county will spend 1000 flOe pairing tlw court house at Lawrence burg B Morgan a Q C brakeman lost nn arm and a leg in an accident at Keida tobacco barn anti 10000 pounds of tobacco went up in smoke in Washington county Judge It G Williams formerly of Mt Vernon has been elected exalted ruler of the Elks lodge at Covington Corbin went dry Tuesday by 23 ma jority but as the licenses were rerfcwcd April 1st the saloons will hold on for another year John Johnson of Flatwood Gnrrnrd county shot anti badly wounded Sam Hall The altercation came up over sonic trivial matter William Choate while cutting down a tree in tho wools near his homo in Clinton county was struck by a falling tree nnd utmost Instantly killed Circuit Clerk Graham Price of Boyle was chosen a member of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Association of Circuit Clerks which held IU first meeting in Louisville last week The will of tho lateFrank Harper of Woodford county was opened and read at Versailles It will be offered for probate April 21 and it is predicted that there will be a contest on the part of a number of relatives not named as beneficiaries fho old Blackburn farm of Irs acres wns devised to Therese Blackburn Lane grand daughter of Senator Blackburn A clause stipulates that Senator Blackburn and his family shall have the right to make their home on this farm us long as tho Senator lives and that he shall receive from the land n reasonable support for himself and family No provision is made for two sisters anti a number of nephews and nieces of Mr Harper It is thought that tho estate is worth 175000 Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing tho right medicine Mr K II Wolfe of Hear Grove In shooed death Ho says Two years ago 1 hall Kidney Trouble which caused mo great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Hitters Which effected a complete euro I have also found them of grout benefit in gen era debility nod nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since I find they have no equal G L Penn Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guarantee them at liD cents e While Ebenezer Hunyan was being Initiated by tho local lodge of Knights of Pythias at Felsenthal Ark ho was shot nnd instantly killed Charles Ill ler nn officer of tho lodge wns ofllcia ting at the initiation ahd it is saidused n revolver which in some mysterious had been loaded it was supposed to contain blankcartridges The entered Runyans brain causing instant death NEWS NOTES Discovery is made that the tapeworm destroys tuberculosis germs Eugene Harris aged 1G was killed In a base ball gnmo at Asheville N C Mrs William Meyers of Carrollton dropped dead while at her household dutiesEight laborers were killed by an ex plosion at the Ardway quarry near Al lisonia Va As a result of the earthquake In Inv diavl70 men of Gurkha regiments were buried alive Near Elkhorn Creek In Scott county Negroes fought over a crap game and one was killed After giving her daughter strych nine by mistake a Virginia Woman killed heresolf The entire catch of seals this year is estimated at 100000 Last year tho number was 284000 A Diamond Ind policeman who en forced un order ngalnst gambling was killed by a saloon keeper Albert Byors Town Marshal of Din mond had was shot and killed by fosse Dons a saloonkeeper Three distillery employs wore scald ed to death in a tub of boiling slop while feeding cattle at Portia III Don Josos Algnru ie mentioned as the probable successor from Mexico to Ambassador Aipirez at Washington Moro Indictments have been return ed nt Cleveland against exBanker Spear and Mrs Casaie L ChauVick Four hundred persons were killed or injured by the collapse of a reservoir under construction at Madrid Spain- A prairie fire In Oklahoma destroyed several buildings some live stock and several hundred acros of growing crops Tho American Baptist Missionary Union has received and accepted from John D Rockefeller donation nf 100 000 During a stampede in n K kumo Ind theater a boy jumped from a thirditory window and was fatally hurt Andrew Carnegie lias olTered to give the lost million dollars of a 25000000 fund for superannuated Methodist min isters Albert Johnson of Minneapolis just died leaves his milliondollar estate to a second cousin Miss Edna Dickerson of Chicago The production of oil in the Ken tuckyTennessee field is increasing and the Standard Company is Improving its pipeline facilities Edward W Mitchell nt one time a millionaire operator on the Chicago Board of trade died a pauper in the Cook County Hospital Five thousand workmen carrying black banners made n demonstration in Madrid where hundreds were killed in Saturdays reservoir disaster By the nullification of contracts with the American Book Company all the school books now in use must be discarded and State series substituted During a clash between 15 detectives andabout 1200 foreigners ut Schoen ville Pa three men were shot one probably fatally and one woman was thousand babies were born in New York in the last four months The lowest birth rate of any street was on Fifth avenue tho wealthiest thor oughfareAs of the announcement that Japan will levy a war tax on flour after July American millers nreship ping thousands of barrels on every available steamer After being hunted for over six years Ed Franks said to be tho lost remain ing member of the notorious Black- Jack gang of train robbers has been captured in Colorado Thc Ury in the case of John T liar bour who shot and killed Frank J Ha gun as He alighted from a train in Bui litt county failed to agree and was dis charged Four were for conviction and eight for acquittal With the double purpose of embar rassing the Government by reducing the revenue nnd saving the money of tho poor people the Polish revolution- Ists have declared boycott on vodka the popular beverage and tobacco Mrs Mnry Brockwcll of Paducah who poisoned her three small children will probably be sentenced this week to penitentiaryherCommonwealth having reached an agreement to this effect The Very Best Remedy For Bow el TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as one of tho very best remedies for bowel troubles writes Mr J W Hanlon ltorQf tho Despatch Ocnta Georgia I make this statement after having used tho medicine In my family for soy oral years I nlll never without It No family can afford to bo without a bottlo of this remedy in the house It Is certain to bo needed sooner or later For sale by LyneBros Crab Orchard LANCASTER The National Bank of this city has been granted an extension of its char terThe new schedule which was recently made on the L N did not change the running of trains on this branch of the road The Bastin Telephone Co which is building new lines in the county Is experiencing great difficulty in getting workmen though the company is pay ing 125 a day for the most common laborMiss Mary Lear has been asked by the local camp of Confederate Veterans to act as sponsor at the reunion to be held In Louisville in June The boys are making extensive preparations to attend the reunion in n body The store of C S Sanders and the postofllce at Stone this county was broken into Sunday night and robbed the safe being blown open with nitro glycerine The thief secured 200 in cash 40 In postage stamps and 500 in notes Bloodhounds were put on the trail but after following it for a short distance it was lost Rewards have been offered Joe Simpson solda work mule to Lancaster parties for 100 JP Rog tins sold hits houso and lot in Prcnchers vlllo to Dr It M Farris Sam Wilcox bought eight shoats from Ben Pollard for 2 Mrs J 11 Smith sold u horse to George Ruble for 140 Sam Car penter bought a cow from W D El more for 25 Wm Payne sold his farm near Stone to Henry Teater for 3500 J L Hutchina bought a small farm near Preachersville known as the J F Green farm for 825 Mrs Mary Reid whoso critical illness was noted in our last letter died at her hdme on Richmond Street Sunday evening at 10 oclock She had been a member of the Baptist church here Cora number of years and was a regular attendant at all services when ever her health jwsnnitted her doing so the last service she attended her son Rev C M Reid having preached Mrs Reid was the widow T W Reid who was one of Lancasters most esteemed citi zens and an Odd Fellow of prominence Three children survive her Miss Julia Reid Mrs Hattie Wooldridge and Rev C M Reid The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church Monday morning at 10 oclock Rev C S Ellis and Eld F M Tinder olliciating Interment in the Lancaster cemetery Misses Pearl Burnside and Tevis Car penter and Jack Rout and Jones Baugh man of your county were in the city Sunday Miss Evelyn Metcalfe who has been with the Misses Burnside has returned to her home in Lexington Mrs Kennedy of Lexington is with her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Mr Jerry Respess and family who have been with relatives here fora few days returned to their home in North Carolina Saturday They were accompan ied by Fisher Herring W B Burton is in Lexington on u short business trip The Misses Hooker of Stanford are guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Dun can Mr John M Duncan who has been visiting his sister Mrs Simpson Elkin in Atlanta has returned home lie has recovered from his recent se rious illness Hon R C Warren was over from Stanford for a short while Sunday Resolutions of Respect Andrew J Daugherty died March 22 1905Whereas God in His providence has removed by death our worthy brother Past Grand A J Daugherty be it Resolved by Stanford Lodge No 150 I 00 F that in the death of Broth er Dautgherty tho lodge has lost one of its oldest and most faithful members That we us a lodge sympathize with the bereaved family and as a token of respect to the memory of Bro Daugh erty that our charter and his portrait in the lodge room bo draped in mourn ing That a copy of these resolutions be printed in the INTKIUOH JOURNAL and entered upon our minutes Stanford Lodge No 156 I 00 F J A Allen W A Carson A C Sine committee About Rheumatism There are few diseases that inflict mow torture than rheumatism and there Is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of tome dies have been suggested To say that it can bo curved Is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this disease One appli cation of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trllloy For sale by Lyne BrosCrabOrchard An eightfoot steel feet In height has just been completed and will be erected in Mexico This will be the highest steel chimney in America a Go to The NEW STORE For HighClass Clothes for tho young fellows Any man large enough to ho called a man anti not too old to he careful about hU appearance will find here in this store the right clothes for him the right fit style and price trade by Wolf Clothing Manufactur Co It is with great pleasure that I sell and guaran tee W C M C clothes which gives universal satis i faction We invite everybody to come and inspect our lino of goods Also a complete line of dry goods ye SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Cultivators Walking Tiger Cultivators Riding err W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY VehiclesHonest Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits Tho following list representative citizens who are using Lidjorte Vehicles is made up from memory there are tinny others to aUof whom we refer as to evidence of tho worth of this work Preston neck Hon J S Owsley Sr C McClary J as P Cummins Hon MC Saofley II Paxton lion R C Warren Rowan Saufley John Beck J R Beazley Livery J H Boone Co Livery- I M Bruce Livery- L R Hughes W P Grimes S Hooker Dank Presdt John Lynn Dr w i OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F M S Daugbman Jas H Baughman Tno S Baughman TraylorT Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Wra Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims I K VanArsdale ohn Bingaman James Hays J C Bailey Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P Woods Robert Woods Higginsi S J E T E C C V C J C Hays James Lynn J P W R A C C H J 1cSPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week Beginning on Monday next will begin n sale that will startle the r tives in prices and values Wo have too many goods ami must them and prices will no consideration must it it is necessary to give them away Look these prices liens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 08c liens Sunday mud Working Pants 48c t Childrens Cnsimcre Suits at 75c upChildrens Pants iSo up Mens and Boys Huts loc up Boys Cups DC up Mens and Boys Shoes USe up Ladies and plisses Shoes nt75c up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Suspenders for Boys and Men at 5e up Woods James t Sam W Menefee Embry St Pence Walton Gentry W 5V W Withers Judge Bailey Denham Carman Vanoy Darst we na unload he They go nt nt Heavy Brown Cotton lie up Calicoes 4Jc up Ladies and Misses Skirts 08c up Nice Childrens Stockings Co up Belts Socks Co up ppBabup Lot of neckties at your own price Garden Seed nil kinds two pack age for 5c Black and White Thread 200 yards two spools for Cc Ladies Belts 9c up Pencils Co dozen lHcad S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY ia i The Interior Journal 1 E C WALTON Tim postoffice department seems t reek with rottenness Tho scanda- lthat were shown up last year ought t have and would have driven the part- in power from office had it not been soi firmly intrenched by long tenure and the popular personality of its candidate The Stovey Cotton Company a RO rich quick concern which oporated i Philadelphia for four wars was know- to the department to a fraud and a swindle more than two years before the collapse of the company by the seizure of its hooks by the police An ins pee tor was sent to investigate the affai- of the concern but like those who sen him he was a rascal and a thief Th- books show that he got 1100 from the company at one time and doubtless large sums at other times Ho says the amounts were personal loans but that is but another word for bribe Had he done his duty and given the true status of the concern two years ago millions of dollars would have been saved to foolish investors lured to de struction by the promise of 250 percent on the amount of deposits annual ly The inspector is under arrest but no matter how severe his punishment may be it can in no sense atone for his flagrant disregard of the obligation he owed the government and the people by permitting them to be robbed without rhyme or reason THE entering wedge to what appears to be a public demand at present for governmental ownership has been made at Chicago which elected a mayor on the platform of the citys purchase and control of the street railways As this will require an outlay of perhaps 200 000000 and as private property can not be confiscated for public use in times of peace the question of how this money will be raised is a troublesome one We are not sure that we take up with the idea of governmental ownership pub tic utilities It seems such breadthoC f chance for graft that we fear those who now advocate it will soon see their errorTim t voters expressed their condem nation of the theft of the office of gov- ernore by the republicans in Colorado in no uncertain way At the municipal- elections the other day the democrats were generally victorious carrying Pueblo Colorado Springs and Leadville all nominally republican the lastbeing carried by the democrats for the firs time in 20 years The crime commit ted by the republicans deserved an even more decisive rebuke and it will doubt less be administered in due season The republicans sowed the wind an will assuredly reap the whirlwind DOWN in the Southern part of the State a coroners jury returned a verdict of suicide in the case of a Negro who was being pined for shooting the town As 16 buckshot were found in the Negros body and head such a verdict can only be accounted for in the fact that it was tisuicidal for him to shoot the town mari sha l and then run from the pursuing officers But even that view of the caseI is as disgraceful to the jury almost as the unnecessary killing of a fugitive by those upon whom devolved his arrest IN his speech to the people at San Antonio Texas President Roosevelt whoraisedhisrlgimentof Rough Riders therabouts said no one ever dreamed- i that he would return in seven years the 1president of the United States True- but there is little snrprise at any thing that comes to this wonderful man of destiny All things seem to work together for his glory and advancement and if there was anything greater in the world than the presidency of the United States we are sure he would get it- GovLuKE WRIGHT of the Philip pines it is said proposes to return to Tennessee and make an effort to sue ceed Mr Carmack in the United States Senate We do not wish to write dis paragingly of Mr Wright but if he is right in the upper story ho will not let go the bird in hand for two in the bush When Tennessee elects a republican Senator the Cumberland will run uphill She remembers Kentuckys misfit and will profit thereby A GOOD many mean things have been told on Mr Roosevelt but the worst we have seen in a long time is that when he first graduated from Harvard he wore side whiskers However let us since he seems to be trying to atone for his youthful indiscretions not judge too harshly or too hastily EDITOR RICHARDSON who is also Congressman Richardson speaks ofhis Glasgow contemporary as a Jackass We object to such unparliamentary Ian guage Besides Bro Richardson should respect the feelings even of a dumb brute and not make invidious compari SonsA GOVERNMENT expert says that the tape worm is a sure cure for consumption But isnt that jumping from the frying pan into the fire It seems to be just as bad to die of the fever as the ague l tJ IT was 40 years ago Sunday since Gen Robert E Leo surrendered UK remnant of his half starved and ragged army nt Appomattox which for foe r years had battled against overwhelming numbers and greatest odds It was a long time before many of us were born riotst j ahnosYt j with the gallant band that went forth to struggle for the cause they loved which was destined to be lost What i j aorlndone for their enjoyment It will b worth a trip thither to see the dear okj boys in gray and shake their hands be tore they cross over the river to yes t thtt the last meeting this side the grave May it be full of joy and delight t them EDITOR SAM W MENEFEE of the Ad vocate is n candidate for mayor of Danville subject to the action of the democratic primary Sam as we know him here is a progressive active young man and would come as near pulling Little Britain out of the ruts as anybody we know of SEAL skin cloaks are going to be high- The entire catch this year is only 160 000 against 284000 last year With everything on the rise hubby has rocky time in front of him THE presidents influence doesnt seem to have counted for touch at Oys ter Bay his Summer home The entire democratic municipal ticket was elected there last week Here and There Dr W S Collins is dead in Madison county Fire at Russell Ky did damage to the extent of 35000 The April term of the Court of Appeals has been begun Manilas electric street railway h been opened for traffic Cumberland Presbytery will meet at 11 A si April 11 in Liberty Four persons were asphyxiated by escaping gas in their home at Chicago Jacob Hughes was shot from ambush on Troublesome creek Breathltt coun tyaprossdayThe cerebrospinal meningitis plague New is said to be outtMR JOE FRANCIS aged 85 is dead at Lancaster He lived here with his fam ily several years ago Interdg held at Washington D C Five people were drowned in the Hudson river at Barrytown N Y by the capsizing of a rowboat Senator Blackburn yesterday opened his campaign for reelection speaking to a large crowd at Williamstown The Tennessee division of the Travelers Protective Association is holding its annual meeting at Nashville The shoe firm of R B Grover Co Brockton Mass has voluntarily assigned for the benefit of its creditors Tom White was removed from Lexington to Cynthiana and will be available if want d as a witness In the Har trialA Cornia man killed his son to prevent the butchery of the entire fame ily he having already chopped one child to pieces Joseph P Johnson a deputy sheriff shot and killed John H Fox former county treasurer in the postoffice at Trinidad Col Last years gifts to libraries were 506 representing 137328 volumns valued at 6193137 of which Mr Carnegie gave 1507600 Mrs M G Lacky died Saturday at Her home in Parksville after a short illness Besides a husband she ii survived by several children American diplomats In Paris after comparing notes declare that they see no immediate prospect of peace be tween Russia and Japan Elaborate preparations are being made in New York to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the landing of the first Hebrew colonists in New York The first monument to be erected at Appomattox Va in memory of the Canfederate soldiers who fought to the wars end was dedicated yesterday The Old Maids Conference given by the ladles of the Christian Church ofI Junction City on Friday evening prom Ises to be the most laughable of any play ever given In that city The last execution In the old death house at Sing Sing prison took place yesterday when Martin Ebelt a young wife murderer paid the penalty of his crime A new death chamber is about completedThe grand jury at Portland Ore has returned Indictments against 15 wellknownmen ofOregon and Wash ington including one minister for con to defraud the government out of certain timber lands James Gallon six years oldson of Frank Callen of Wflsondale W Va became enraged at his fiveyearold sis tel because refused to with- him and grabbing his mothers hatpin stabbed his sister to death o I POLITICAL Judge J P Hobson is a candidate to 1ofa Ito pay toll on all toll roads in the State The public part of the Presidents Western trip is ended He will con tinuo his hunting in Oklahoma till Thursday when he will leave for Colorado Theo A Shontz President Roused volts 100000 man says that direct business methods such as are employed by tho railroads will be made use of in building the canal Monthly reports of progress for the Information of every body will ba published lie says thee people arc the stockholders in the en terprise tend the stpckholdernshall be pleased newlyuNew said Chicago have municipalownership the second year of his term The plan hc suggest cd for acquiring the street railroads embraced condemnation proceedings and the issuing ofcertificates in pay meat to extinguish which a sinking fund would be established MATRIMONIAL James Oakes and Miss Ada Rush each 18 were married at Chestnut Ridge church Sunday callingaBilly Goat Pavid Barringer of Coshocoton 0 has sued for divorce J J C Howard Representative of list district composed of the counties of Clay Owsley and Jackson andvery popular among his constituents was shot and killed in Clay county by Tilford Benge with whom he had pre views trouble Strange to say the kil ling second just after the two had made friends Mr Howard was a brother of Wick M Howard fomerly a Crab Orchard merchant Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re aslievedThe excruciating pains characteris tic ofrheumatism and sciatica lit u quickly relieved by applying Chamberlain a Pain IMm Thojjruat pain relieving power of tho llnimunt has been tho surprise and delight otlhous ands of sufferers The quick rtllef from pain which it affords Is along worth ninny times its cost For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Strawberry Plants For Sales I havetlie folowing kinds of Strawber ry 1iants for talc Jessie Bubacn Glen Mary Parker Earl Gauiley ILwiland Tennessee Prolific Clyde PUuu are nice and well rooted J L JOUNSOX KIogavlMe Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberU Drug Store in the Oweley Building FOR SALE I Ejeht hundrrJ acres of a fine tend as you will find IIfreethImltrlKentucky In the mutter of lion Victor llallou MtrurrunlKyApr11IInu1n meet 11IIIIIIWhlllUllthe nllUsi nt the referev In Htiiiiforil Ky on the Utility of nt Id AM to elect a trustee or the estate of sill txinUrupt nixl for the triiniuirtlon of other lm us limy coma liefore the meeting lomplywlthc HectloiiOTof the Itiinkrupt proof of chitin utherwlw mr elaliu ClIIInot iMMillowiil J N KAINDKKH- HeJVreo In Ibinkriiptvy J l Beazley Co UndortnKcrs und Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture ilnttingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Gall Prices Ilightw STANFORD KENTUCKY e MCeaTy er I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddleryA Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY s tC r f =d t A r r- I I NEW HATSI I J H++ +r++ + + ++ + + + t+ Ilio time has COllie whoa oVery man Imiat have n NEW AT forSprhig nnd aware prepared to furnish thoin 10 Carry OYUrytuing tlmta neodod A wool lint for OOa the new shapQa in every color from 1 to SB Stotgoni Black null J t Light Colors 8850 to 84 CO In Straw goods wo cnn furnish 4 J you nuythhlg from n Cc Buckeye to n genuine Panama St i Louis Auto Con for Girlsthe neweU thing fir SS and CQc r 1 H J MROBERTS STANFORD jnn PROSPECT 2087 PES slrrloitPoaledAprilir1gou hands high solid bay with white feet be hind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none either in I or under saddle PSPIOREESieu by Dignity Dare fay J StJuarrelheDignity Dares III dam Lizzie Mont by Welchmont he by William Welch baby RysdicVs Hamblelonian Prospects ist dam Dora Deane 2740 bv On Time ne by Stonewall Jackson Sr and dam by Joe Abdatlah he by Abdallah Glencoe jrJ dam Funks Denmark 411 dam 011hermares sure a live colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grated at 82 per month all bills paid before removal of mares not responsible for accidents or escapes miles from Shelby City on the Huitonville S Danville pike CARPENTER SAND1UGE FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I otter for sale my mill and residence In McKinney Ky Itll hu flour capacity of 50 barrel I and meal bushel per machloIand crib Wagon scales operated from office coal btni and ice house All under roof Never falling water In mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It II track and bas siding The loca tion Is good for the following reasons Mc Kinney Is nearest market to rainy of the largest wheat and corn In Lincoln large territory fnrnlihlng custom grinding The teed and coal bustne In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all products from mill UII Is a two atory six room frame with on back porch Milk boone at back cemented comparatively new Large barn buggy house In On ac count of my eyesight end health generally my have advised roe to the milling business For further particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al tern fyor W II McKlnney KyJ McKINNEV McKinney Ky J KBAUGHMANS NABOTHI old and a woll known breeder of speed style and durability Dam Nora Nor vul Noval 2ill4 a hOD ol Electioneer 125 Nora Norvuls tint dam by Metropolis tan Ion of nambtetonlan 10 sire of Georce Wllkes and Electioneers 24 dam by Mambrl no 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by by 1Va nerl5thdambyImpIranbvl0th dam use with a pedigree as ono as any horses HUMMER JR ltaydallloo163 bond a good Individual ith abundant speed He Is by Hummer 6112 sire of Ilouncer 900 Staidly 2tlli Spal peen 2I2yI Quickly 3tI4X Mountaineer 21t5t SpeedOn210H 15 In 2t30 Hummer 6113 Is a son renowned Electioneer and save one Is the sour son of Electioneer llvlogthat hour of u George Wllkes mare and with the exception of Arlou Is the only In Heutucll that hue u 200 IlummerJrallgtnItOodlvH by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 Great coach italllon 101 hand high by Imp Glostcrand out of a maro Wonder ful Boy Any one high bred coach to breed on standard bred mare for gelling style speed and action should see this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Fine Indlvldualgood treed style and action All of these horses will stand at 110 to In urea living colt NAPOLEON Will also stand my jack Napoleon ut 110 Insure waresand 110 by the season from pril to July for Mare grazed at f2 per month which mall cases must be before they are removed Oars taken to prevent accidents but not reo ponsible should any oocor BAUOHMAN Hnstonvllle Ky I i rCant BelTouched ir i for painting lunscs Tlw reasons plnlnMastic IH the purest thorvforo the most durable and econom ical There Is a whole string of other follow claim biglist ni good ns Masllc but they dont prove it Maybe they cnnt Tho analysis of Mastic is pub lished Its mule of pars load zlno anti linseed oilthu most durable kind of p ntnntlltli purity Is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability tho splendid wear ing qualities of Mislla have given it the tith of 57 Jfiml TJutt Zwfcand this title is biukcdie up by our absolute guarantee Mastic is miulo by FEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc J LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t I 1and wo heartily recommend to your trade = a4 FOR DALE nY 01 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stockmen Notice- I will stand at my place In Stanford my One Registered Imp Poland China boar Lincoln Chief at 1 Iteady for service WOWalker NABOTM JR Nii othJrIan lniiutlful dark with heavy mane raid tnll with Inn plenty of style and huh and liimextremr hlKhnc t Ion nnil If worked would otepas fuel iii old lleUoverlA hiiiuls Iitr IarlghIaxnlnda ainl only a IlIrolltlhl May Is by the wellknown Nulnthwho- woeelrrdby Wiillnulmm sire of Ijitllilde ami ounm In the IUI Will CItorlItIiMiroo on of Ilamlilelonliin mid tire of Klnlneji the of Norlntllt yearllnx record Silll NnlKith lain liy MefxeiiKer Chief Jr Vnil lain bvCrlt tn ts Inl iliim a thoriiiiulilire He will IIIlIkUw KeiiMinof IKAat my utalile In foIlllllfordl lit tea low pgc of nt to hvhiir colt lolI due when colt b fonltilor mare nalovwlfromlvmoney Inline Men retained on rolls until paidNaUith ldered liy the t hor einen to ell nt hone In Kenturky to brad to for hlirliclam hiirnets llorrrr Hee him fore you breed J It 1IKAIKV Htanfonl Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Mnde over VvrMilllex truck In wlnnliiK riteHired liy 11110111611 thai mid for naii byIlantornThem two cro nes prixliieid The Aliliot 2U 11 champion KfldhiK of the world Ind dam by Indejxiidenre ion of Andrew Jarloon JlideHiideiiieii dam liy Amerlrnn Htar The American Htnr and Andrew Jiirkxin hioOlI resoaalhlu for ennevus 2 11 the clmalplon1rotllnjttid llonof thu world rro9M n are reMjiullilc for the fnnteiit iteidlmt two next cro Msiin rIKIIIHlhIO for tint fastest Ftnlllon Then youvr he ls Itt- rrhrrdtlumrlthrrof them for he tin liliHKl of iHith Antecarlo U n rand brown horiie 15 Ul hands hluh weluhlnx I17U atIleWill nlco stand the young luck ABRAM 3RD at ly to Iltsuru II roll Ito liy Alinim 2nd nod ln liy an Imiiortcd Jack Abninilrds that dam by Velocliiede 2nd dam by Imp 1lItrlloI3rll dam liy Morvngo Mammoth on colts for MU ion money Mares traded or hrd to other horfces forfeits Insurance und makes seiieon money dui rata will stand at my farm on Homerset pllttJollr ntlle from Htllnford Mccc grill ed month Care taken to prevent at2lwr but should any occur WILLIAM M KIKLDH- Htonford Ky i at trKvr r t BRECKINRIDGE My Murk jnrk will mnke lee MIUOII of 1V lIt my tnl lr one mile from ImicluTnvllle on the lnIIhIlIlot Hlnnfortl Ilkis nt 11 totnouiv n colt live month old lie Un niiro fixil getter nod it gavel mule lurk nt IIIHII j lridrernliiR the teuton forfeits the Mime Will nlMi unite a few timren nt II YOdr worthloTMiiml attention given to the stock lint will notnnnllle for eacilixt or no client shall 1111 yMeurU ANIKIIHIIN- ireiirhertvlllf Ky KING MOLEr King Eagle Is 16 hands high darlc bay goes all the gaits with plenty ot phod style King1st by Red i r bylIlIerlthoroughbred treatOns King and Allle G the great show mare that sold for 1000 King Eaglets 2d dam Is tho dam of Minnie Iloyd the great show mare that Matt Conen won everywhere with In isos ovlaghimselfhigh styled colts hit colts all having plenty F tooldyearolds out last season that proved to bo a great show filly King Eagle will rnauo the present season Iof 1005 at my stable 2J4 mites writ of Bun lord on the Shelby City pike st the lowprlcu of ito to Insure a living colt Will nlsostand the ltat mule and Jennet i nolor If Keonw was sired by tho great Tom Ivcene 1 lit dam by the Imported Palermo 2d dam red the sire of Joe Blackburn and Ilrlgnolla Hilly Keene stands full 18 hand high with wlilto points and as n breeder ho II unlurllaued ra aevtrIand f100 JimKeeneidllmby I r there being two of hls mulecots shown last year ono wearing the bluo JimKeenoliving colt eleeborebecomes duo at the time of such transae tlon For further particulars call on or ad t WOODSPhone y4M7 r 1 t r Ladies Underwear Ladies long sleeve vesta Spring weight 2Dc Ladies Taco trimmed pants 2Cc Wo have these in nil sizes up to the1argeit made Ladies lisle thread Inco trimmed pants all sizes 5Qp Ladies sleeveless tape neck yests blenched at 7Ac other values atllO nllllljcJIalIe8 silk finish yet 25c Long sleeve blench knit corset covere 25C Lndiebsleeveless blench knit corset covers lOc p SEVERArrq NtsrrANFORDBTASIOIID KY A rim 11 1IOr- JUSTICE 1 to yourself and to phy Hiclan materials am most careful icrvlco in preparing his That is pre J Store arc filled at Pennys Drug PERSONALS MRS L JANE CLOYD of Danville is very Ill- Miss BBSSIK ADAMS Is with Mss Mary Phillips Miss ELLRN UALLOU spent Saturday In Cincinnati MRS J P CUMMINS went to Crab Orchard this afternoon Miss RIIODA WIIITK who has been very III is some better MK A G EASTLANIV of Louisville Is horo talking Insurance t Mite KITTIB SMITH of MU Vernon hM been with friends here MRS CORA IASLKY of Livingston was the guest of Mm Sue Holmes Mil It II COOPBR of the Turners villo section is ill with appendicitis MRS J S OVVHIRV who has been III for some time te somewhat Improved MRS E P Wocos condition is very critical She rested poorly last night f MRS T C HAM and little son ponte several days with friend at Junction City MR K I TANNHR of McKInnejr took yesterdays train fur WWInms burg tOY IIHAIUIY who making life home in New Orleans it horo to buy horse Miss IIN LlTlinovv of Louisville is expected this week to Mil the Mtacs Poland MRS ANNA D VANARSOALB of liar rodaburg Is with her daughter Mrs H J MoRolKjrU Oun old friend T Chcnault Willis of Nichobisvillo was a caller at this of flee yesterday Miss Cooritii FBLAND U bade from Phllfidulnhia where she attended tho famous oral college SflBRIrT M S UAUOIIMAN who hast been sick for a row days was able to come to town this morning HutTOn J H THOMAS of the Casey withtMR Co II IAtNBand Mtosca Louisa and Sara Paine of Boston have joined Mrs Paine at Mr W P Tatce- DR It A JONES who for tho pres ent fs in business in Cincinnati sent Sunday and Monday at his homo here MR JAmS P HOCKKR and wife of- vlngston rr I are here to see his father Mr J F Hockor who continues r1 ill MR AMD MRS JULIUS YONGnUt CAN and little son John of Nicholas vlllc spent several days with relatives I here W II TBRRV of the Jumbo section who hIm with typhoid fever for five months was able to como to court yesterday aMt W G JONHS of London was on y tcrdays train returning from Colo rado where he left his wife somewhat improved in health MRS T CHENAULT WILLIS and little Nancy of Nicholaavillc went up to Crab Orchard Saturday to visit Mr J R Willis and family v MRS Eu OWENS of Washington D C who has been visiting friends in Danville and Boyle county tho past month has returned home Advocate MRS II C lUumiMAN of tho West End is In a very critical condition She stood an operation this morping fairly well but her doctors give out no hope herI M 0 WINFREY left Wednes ye day morning for Howling Green to take part In an educational rally and torch- lightI procession in that city Middles boro Now REV J W 1IARIN wife and hand some little son Hart are spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrs its John P Cash friends nro delighted to have these good people InI their midst again M F Lexington State Commander Knights of the ifsvilmo w of the tho Gait House where he willremain until May Mr Elkin is in the Sup remo LodgoIluuisvlle TimesIMu ANn Mils J S KICK left 0terday morning for n lirotnlcted tour oCI nnd Southwest which time they will visit Now Orleans San Antonio Mexico City and other of interest Mr Rice wlllaltend the International TicKet Agents Association his absence Mr I W Fish is hQlding down the office hero while ho is Rone tNFITIIER of tho nighttrains now stop at I 1 iJLOCALS ngwl 76 died in the Phil section of Casey pas 1wcek of heart trouble TUB Stanford Wnter Light Ice Co in enlarging its ice storage room and making other improvements WB cnn paint yournold buggy ant ranks It look as good ns new very heap W J Unmans Lancaster Corn Planters Cutting liar IHoosiEK Harrows Riding Cultiva by K T Pence Co Foil SAIKA nice large Walnut sidcboard with largo mirror and mar ble top also an extension Walnut table J S o WI Icy Sr 2tID C SIITLI S haveopened a general merchandise store at Jumbo antI auk a share of the patronage of the peo pie of that BvctlonT READ in mind Josiah Itiihops sale nt his homo in the Writ End Saturday next ICth See In another column what ho has to noil Foil SALKAII 0 K Jewel stove No8 In good condition Also heating organSMK D S clh Ttntof Huston villa would very glad If the jwraon who borrowed laic horso doctor book would retUrn It at ones CAitiirrs toga tltvgguta matttnga linoleums ami wnll paper Pricts to meet competition Como to see us be fore buying Tribble R Pence IUIIK bred White Wyandotte eggs for sale DustonFishel strain 1 for 15 cash with order George C Goodc Covtn ton Ky 44 Pike street 4U Tilt will of James U Jones gluing nil of his property to his wife was pro bated yesterday This was the extent of the bushiusa done inthecountyoDurt TUB 5 ami lOc dejiartment at John P Jonas store Is certainly Jfrom the number taking advantage of It and it ill simply wonderful whlt nnd will Long IIIOc 8st C LYNN tia splendid mule of thti scours the other day The animal had Ion hauling rock from J It Honiloys crusher which ii now sta tioned near Hutitonvlllc Mnrn nlTILMrs James Meredith aged 51 died at her homo on Green river ycstenlay and will be buried at Danville this afternoon She is survived by a husbandrind six children Tim Stanford Water Light Ice Co is now to deliver Ice In any quantities within city limits Those wanting ice in morning please notify us the afternoon previous Phone 14 H F Rout manager 4t PASSKNOKRS corning down on the dust train No 22 due hero at217 will have to drive to Lancaster and other points on the Kentucky Central ns the mixed train lees not wait at Rowland for that train under the new schedule A GIIBAT many compliments Wave been passed on the new dress of the iNTKitioii JOURNAL which would have turned the head of a younger female It makes her proud of course and as a matter of fact she feels that tho good words lire deserved but when one getsl to be 33 she is not so susceptible compliments and flattery as some 1C years before A GOOD crowd attended tlje horso show at Hustonvllle Saturday and some splendid horses were exhibited The tiny was pretty and the wellcared for animals were In the very pink of condi tion Following Is a list of thestallions shown D S Carpenters Dignity Dare with four of his get Tho Wnrfiold driven by his owner R C Engleman jr Duke of Richmond H S Scudders j sorrel Vidctte Dare shown in harness wright1I1wellknown land Jesse Alverson twoof J K Uaugh mans string of stallions Dare All C Carpenters handsome threeyear old by Dignity Dare Rcdmont E S 3 Powells beautiful bay by thesame sire and Dixie tho pretty Shetland pony of 3 Charlie Nunnelley The crowdwns dis appointed that W M Dodds Galton and E P Carpenters Prospect were not on parade The former showed a magnificent son of Gallon which was the subject of much favorable comment I Promises MaKe Friends But Tis Performance That Keeps Them r eBroad indeed nro tho promises made by this storo and they never go into print until after tho most careful coniidcratiou this vital question Will the goods mud price bear out our statement to the minutest detail This ad is to call your attention to the good things in UNDERWEAR and that you will ncld such soon wo feel safe in predicting SCSOMETHING entirely now in Lap Dus lets at J C McCkrys See it IOUR mattlngs are now just from the Prices right Tribble Pence WILL for good nice fresh eggs lOc for hens H B Xorthcott Stanford Ky WANTED 800 old buggies surries and phaetons to paint and repair W J Romans Lancaster LOST between Glove Irvines on th Danville pike and Stanford n got bead necklace Leave at this office THOMAS HACKLEY fivelittle fox es as pets He found them in their nest and is raising them according to his own notion TUB wind of yesterday blow the roof otT of the college building at Middle burg and did considerable damage around Olympian Springs TUB L willrn its firstlGO ex cursion to Cincinnati Sunday This is leavesINOMINATIONS for the great Saddle Stake of the Harrodsburg fair will close Saturday next 15th 2 to nominate Write W I Allen secretary for further particular LOST on Huatonville pike between A D Roots and Stanford a crayon pic turo ef a largo eagle on globe Finder please leave at or mail to box 223 Stanford C L Carter FOLL nowfurniture wits folding beds iron beds mattresses springs side boards dressers bullets tablet chairs Prices as low as the lowest Tribble Pence MK SAMUEL HELM celebrated his DOth birthday nt his home near Poytons Well Sunday A large number of reI- ntItji aw- ulogant l friends wore present and an dinner was enjoyed Tile Has Boens defeated tho Stan ford High School nine 20 to 8 inn game of ball home Friday afternoon The High School boys will try conclusions with the Seminary team Friday after noonMRs J N HOLTXCLAW desires to thank those who were so kind to her in her recent bereavement She hopes that they may receive a reward for their goodness in both this life and the one to come MARY HAYSthe l7year old daughter of Henry Logan colored died Sunday nnd was buried yesterday She was a good dutiful daughter and her parents are greatly grieved at her un timely death- KtLLEnWilliem Flynna brake man who made his home at Lily was killed byfalling from his train Satur lay night Ho was a son of John Flynn of Brodhead A wife who was Miss Roberts of Brodhead and two children survive VEHICLE FOR SALE Handsome two seat Trap II George C Millers Sons make Very best make materials and finish new rubber tires Tip top condition good for a life time Cost 265 price 100 cash or good note E C Boggs Nicholasville Ky THE following problem is now float ag around among the exchanges A Boston man wanted n ticket to Springfield and had only a 2 bill It required 3 to get the ticket He took the 2 bill to a pawn shop and pawned it for heIor gave Now whos out the dollar 1 STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL The following dates are claimed for events of the Graded School Friday April 21 8 r M Athletic Association benefit at Auditorium Friday May 19 8r M Musical and Literary Recital at Auditorium Friday May 12th 8 p ICent- rnl University Glee Club at opera house Sunday May 21 11 A MBac calaureate sermon by Eld L M Omen at Christian church Tuesday May 23rd r M Musical and art display at Auditorium Wednesday May 24th at P nbluaical and literary event at Auditorium Thursday May 25 3 r1Open session of Gamma Data Sigma Society Friday May 26 1Q A 1L exercises at auditorium In the evening of this date a reception will be tendered the senior class at the school building 0r 7- t 1 I NECK stock of buggies In for court day W H Hlggiqs LeT Us put on your rubber tires We have the best made W J Romans Lancaster plants for salo at W II Higgins and George H FarrisIITomato plants at 15c per cabbage plants at 30c per 100 COME to see our celebrated King set tee folding bed four in one settee wardrobe bed and bookcase We also carpetsdPence McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky MiiniifnrtunTHof Jrnn IlnM y i Klantf1 Illiiiikit iiiil Yurn uU tin your wool tnkiMoal In Xluiiiiv for work nllowliiK tlu innrliit prlee KHtltfnrtlnn uiiiminln Hull or write for price and tnformiitlim gcfltt wiintitl PUBLIC SALE I win II Ht oiiury mv iiimv t s tVr n TuriMrHylU Plat JlrKlnn TH followlius MATiTit141YAIItl1lrI roM rtjr Hnlf 116IrolkrIdaubrA borrow tll APIIIC Iwrmw filer drill duulili plow anon ilouluv liortl vMnliD plow rut tltiii UOtolxirco tlrKc h kct ttet wash kftth houwholil end kltcln fiirnltiirf J rorkuwmi lnirkl mr iiiKuy hIInInDaubknownitdayoralAM KiriiAlil tlt Tururkvlil Ky PUBLIC SALE I will on HATTHI AY AJIUIllIlldlIAt my residence two IllkIIr ty ronMllii of Hnrii Mules Cuttle APJ good y50 KwtandIMUnrr1 nice Jerry healer 1 Wuconi llticklmanl armed tHrrlinrf Mriormlck rndegliI1l nrlor Kurnlturv hcalei Kltcben Fur FnudlyMarcTiirnu tiMMle known dny of rnh- JOKIAH IlIHHilP J Ooodr Aurt Jlustonvtlk- KyPEYTON My line jwk IVyton olllIIrol l will Intake till prMnt MiiMin of its ar my utablr at Monluiid Ky at s la Insure a llvllie roll 1eytoiin eoitu nrv targe tine and I rpanlltollr snvdillsIYtHroldjlInIrnunilHrof nuir ut JSto llvlnRtoltMoney fur when colt fouled or liMirt tnuliiloriurte with Nut reMnikll lr for iicclilentft or iMnixK II II KINCJ Morehiml Ky JAKE illcreeof tli laUloiu Jnkiuouriietl liy J byIthtauhlby Iliiinbletonlan in lilt IIrr lnm by Jmtteby 1LUMlItkftj Joke Jot ollm l lore a very futttaldll niul maul mare IlerUtdainby Idly C lrlIItr IIlId he by HnimlV Me MiiKvriind he by lluinbletoulaii In and her Ire iintnicetl Juke trace n yon will we by bin ixxllftrev k direct to Iliiinbleton Inn on Uith olre and iliiin Joke will make thin cenronof Ili5at plnee mile North lliKlonvllleon theI nt IIheptk IVrnix sjiii to Inmre n llvliik colt We have on hand roll from cuckllm to iUyciirKold that we will take pliHtnre In khowtnK any rare they ran Jud e for thenifelveh how tho IlIr Irlydl HENRY CLAY Henry Clay tired by Illiick Cloud ami he by Win nark not d Jnck Tom K telw1- vlII Intake the limn on fame torllllnlu Ltire a llvlnit colt 1 A WltKIIIT- llvittonvllk Ky STRANGE ADVICE Dr G O Green gives alert personal attention to life great humanitarian contract qIn our Almanac for many years past we have f hen unusual advice to those afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles We have toM specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor qWe not ask or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to such advice qWe know by the ex 7scentbottlelicve or cure the worst colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders New trial bottles 250 ngIWar size 75c At all druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store r Mens Underwear J 4 tl e A real good Ualbriggnn Shirt 84 to jlleize nt 25c No hotter arc often sold at 35c liens fine Balbriggan Shirts twinnoodlo stitch soft and elastic all sizes 84 to m nt 48c Mens Elastic Seam Drawers made of Pepperel drill and woll made in all waists and lengths stouts nud slims any size 48c 1 prescriptions Commencement StylishPeople Hare theirCLOTHES MADE TO MEASURE b THE ROYALTAILORS Chlctf tot Sew Yo- rkSpring Line Just Opened Cummins Si MClary Stanford Kentucky J G Weatherford Co DEALERS IN DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODS hats Shoes Specin1tToilet t FURNITURE AND CARPETS e Mattings Mattrascs Trunks Sideboard fie Allat prices thnt will please the closest buyers A Tiling Of Beauty Is A Joy forever r RoomDontwindow A complete outfit I have two styletubs1 drainboardr S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Talk to Geo H Farris About StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em Pruitt Brothers w1 will show our frloiuUn apeclnl line of OnrpvU MnttliiK Hugs Lucu OurtaliiK and lorlllrrlhIN work Mr fitorau JrIlIU lUll mi xc IH nt uisort meat of the most tyl millinery now on ban- dPRUITT BROS foreland Ky INSURANCE IIndArchlIII1i1 MTConipanlesReprewnted Iowesr10 IweanIMAHONYRStarifordaKeniuckyJteeldence r a = q The Interior Journal Enltred in the Poll Office at Stattford ucondclol matter- PUDLts1InD TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY AT 100 PER YEAR CASh HFWhen not eo paid ItOO will be charged NOTICE let out your E p1PMngtog ol from three wall ohea r than and canell you you can steal it Estimates furnished on ap All work guaranteed- J J BEM SS Co Bomer et str- eetBEECHERtheseasonof t MyhrgeBtackJackwlllmake Cab Orchu1 at To my due when INSURE A LIVING COLT money lien retalne1 colt is toald or the mare parted wltha responsiblNot law on colt until season Is for accidents but are taken lit rrevent ume- Beecher pvInv withold and IsIs a years btconj hety Joe Blackburnfe hemSpin Print and Jam Noml IIiennelDeane ateJ H 100NE CO Proprlotors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv u Servtce at Reaonable RateGood LIvery Pealen toMenCall on us on Depot Street Ooal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce t Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Mm Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Jai TraylerDCAISR 19 Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOloePrompt tnt poltt attention Nothing but tea bee to drink Mall phoa cr telegraph oriers rccclv rontt attention Give Me Your Order I Can Please Youe Why buy ready made clothing when there is 10 little difference in the price ol high grade made suits and a suit made to out measurd taken by an ex handsomeFnelow price business suit to the finest suit Spring overcoats and troui ers The company I represent is one of the best I also have a line make up myself for those who prefer ItIH C RUPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres Of land a twq story front 7 room cottage The house It new A s plen did garden orchard There It a large mill on the a good crusher and the lam Is In good repair and the natural power Is great economy In running the Does a splendid business Everything Is In rood repair has all necessary out loge The owners only reason for selling 1s tbe rush of other business as he has ex tenslTe farming Interests to look after This property la on the Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars ad dress 0 Thurmond Lytle Ky or L U Uughesj Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbach Dros Fred VonOruenlRanAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Raumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes JIUs Mettle Hllewes K Belchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballnu A O Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon WIt Daugherty- U J Hoffman M D KImore Peter W garter J Nevin Carter J E Bruce W V Shomaker Thomas Ferrill Oreen Ferrlll F J Conn John II Camenlscb Ram Trllwbrldlre A D Root Chance Ensslln r NUMBER ONE I VeterinaryLiniment t 1- I I A universal embrocation for affec tions of the skin Iandsprains JoInt s galls of otI sweIlIDgsIlII1nd I stltYJointsputs 1- I fected throe times a day For cracked heels ringbone poll evil etc the general directions are to ap ply tbe Liniment freely twice dally 80c and SI bottles for sale by DR W N CRAIG Pharmaci- stL STANFORD KYJp t UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost ai good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella tatter than the tramp repairers and for less money Olve me a FRANK ATKIWS Stanford For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry good storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owsley or to Lincoln County National flank J B OW8LKY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rant room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one J r BAILEY DIXIE FellII Imnd hlith n ItfuutUulspottitl pony and n jK rf et Individual Onre taken to prevent iirrldpiiu hilt not rvapotisltiUt should nay occur Mares HIIIKM nt rvmonnlilc rat CHAItMK MNXKIJKV TurnerivlllCt Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I offer for sale privately mr home on FAst Main Street In Stanford The residence Is a six room cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IS acres of laud and the home Is a parttcuianeDock or Wm flock at Stanford E D Peyton DEALEK IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanfordm RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY The world 4mlres men who are strong In physical perfeetmanbonfTo teendrt Ntrvu Dbllltr r lllni Mtmrr vital Wnk eeogealickkiiuall7 good fur woiwn liookl ifre lrIIaroallrrerren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A At Pennys Drug Store PRESTON 922This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of Igor at the stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old 15 hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle by Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by I T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed to Preston t Because he is the greatest show hone Kentucky ever produced i Because he is great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Hebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Wat son for SCjo Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums saddleand combined rings than any threeS year old out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 3500 3 Because he is the only saddle stal lion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky j Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at fly TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at 82 per mouth Care ta kan to prevent accidents but Qot responsible should any occur J C BAILEY Stanford Ky Duke of Richmond- Will make the season of 1903 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on McKinney Mt Salem pike at the low price of 800 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled When mare is traled or sold insurance is for felted and in all cases money is due DESCRIJTION AND PEDIOREE 1ive yearsold dark bay IGU hands high a fine individual with best of style and ac lion drives and rides nicely Ho was sired by Tom Covington 18992 he by Limber Jim Standard and registered ist dam by General Duke 2nd dam by byIhis dam was by Kentucky Chief 2d dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Embrys Lexington by Old Lexington The dam of Embrys Lexington was llellmyra by Imported Monarch At same time and place I will stand two good mule Tacks at 8 TO INSURE LIVING COLTS nt JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of a premium Jennet 2d BRICNOLIA JRe by Old Brignolia Both these lacks have estah lished reputations Their colts have been on the market in this county for the past three years having always brought as many dollars as any Jacks colts in the county if not more So you see that you will not make any mistake in breeding to these Jacks R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky r r The Annual Horse Show The horse show of yesterday was the best in years Sixteen splendid horse were exhibited and each looked as if hisII groom jiad spent many weary rubbing and otherwise preparing for the Annual Horse Show A largo crowd Was present and the day was a splendid one to advertise the many stal lions in this slid adjoining counties Following is a list of those shown Dorsey Golddust the wellknown sire belonging to F Reid a substantial horse with a long rich pedigree King Eagle the line saddle stallion or- S T Harris and R B Woods a good individual and a recognized breeder They also Showedn threeyearold mare by King Eagle Naboth Jr was shown to thenalter He is a grand looking horse and his ped- Igree is all right J R Beazley has a great horse in him Dignity Dare D S Carpenters sire of saddle and harness horses was ns pretty as n picture and one of the popular animals of the day Ant carlo owned by William Fields but driven by Bledsoe Bailey shove wonderful speed and good action lie is tin exceedingly handy horse and is a proven breeder Red Bond A E Hundleys magnlfil cent bay showed speed style He is richly bred n fine Individ ual and n gentlemans horse all over Red Leaf the blue string wearer was shown by R E Goddard who had him in ship shape He makes u favorable impression wherever ho Is seen Kentucky Squirrel Col W Huff Dudderars good saddle stallion was creditably exhibited by that gentle mans little grandson Carroll Dudder artlie was greatly admired See pOll igree and description next issue Prospect son of Dignity Dare and like his sire u model of equine beauty was shown by C T Sandidgc who is making the season with him Preston the elegant saddle stallion belonging to J Carroll Bailey was admirably shown by that gentleman Not only a good looker but a good doer PrlostonI beautiful brown and a was driven by C Engleman Jr who owns him He showed good speed and an abundance of actionDixie the pretty Shetland pony of Charlie Nunnclley was grcatly admire ed by lovers of the small horse Dock Gray was the smallest horse shown and attracted fully as much nt tention as any of them He is owned by Master Hugh Reid Foster but E II Beazley is making the season with him Clay King owned by W B Burton of Lancaster was splendidly shown by Malcolm Tillett who made the black fellow fairly fly up and down the street George Hur a fine draft stallion the property of William Sprinkles attract ed n full share of attention He stands 16 hands high and weighs about 1600 Wilkes was shown in hnrnoM by Felix White who made him step lively He is a large well built horse and his pedigree which appears in this paper shows that his breeding is nil right FARMERS DEPARTMENT H C Dunnigan sold his 250acre farm two miles East of Shelbyville to R M Phillips at 120 John S Robinson of Mercer sold to E R Strader his 230acre farm on the Dry Branch pike at 80 The descriptions and pedigrees of A E Hundleys Red Bond and It E God lards Red Leaf will appear next issue Watch for them Both of these stal lions were exhibited here yesterday and each made scores of friends At Matt Youngssale in Fayette aged mules sold at 105 yearlings 75 farm horses and mares from 60 to 136 dry cows from 25 to 35 yearling steers 27 calves 15 twoyearold steers at 35 stock hogs at an estimate of five cents corn at 230 in the crib COURT DAyThere were lots of cat tie here yesterday but the demand was not good and many of them did notsell The highest price realized was close to lie for some extra good twoyearolds Heifers and butcher stuff sold at 22 to lIe A good many horses and mules changed hands at 100 to 200 HopeVanished When leading physicians said that W M Smith art of Pekln la had in curable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Dlscov cry for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave Hosayb This great specific completely cured mo and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scien line cnro for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of 1neuinonln Guaranteed 60c and 81 bottles at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros1 grab Orchard Trial bottle free Frederick Wallace of Newport fa tally shot his wife because she would not prepare a meal for him Shortly after she gave birth to a child which liedKeep r your bowels regular by tho use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There Is nothing better Fdrsalo by Lyrio Bros Orab Orchard r1 f f yt t of Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children railroad men buy It for severe coughs and elderly people buy It for la grippe say Moore Bros Eldon IowaUYo sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any otle kind It scents to have taken tho lead over several other good brands There Is no question but this medicine Is tho best that can be procured for coughs and colds whether It bo a child or an adult that Is aflllctcd It always cures and cures quickly Sold by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Go1 to Hades Tho CourierJournal quotes it wrqng ly This is the way it goes Go ask papa tho maiden said The young man knew that her papa was dead He also knew the kind of life ho lead Therefore he understood when she saidGo papa II llnri your mite cnI trntHl by T F GROSS Kytilllie trtitor of lion o and hors tlootor htcttun HalleI NAPOLEONj1II1k lir TiirktiiKtiiir Nniiolfoii lot diiin liy llhirk ktllPllIUIhtnsilrenltvltsgeoiiTrttdllla sPunelh111tyforncemrnt It 1 WOOH- HUmforuVKr WOOD WILKES Trial Krronl over limb Drrhnnl tmek llfine In M Hired It llrwtv Wllki hi I tOtk IlasgltoflnuCrow liy Yowe KmiiKitlrr he liy the n nowiivtt Kmuiiiv Jir il Ninth C nV tatMilnihrliiuISiiinnrk Will nuikt the prtwnt n nniit my iibireon Honnrwt inlhn tram Htnatonl lit tllIun IIlhlnK colt1VINaI WllkviiNii Ioinlnx Ayrnrolil IIIH has nl iirorvu hlniMilf n gnat lirw li r His mil s51141wslswtnndanulattainhis of hlo an bin rangy fcllowi unit rI wM Lokilfurrslnultlurwinnkm KvnMin inomy dun Marv s Kraaiil litIs ler month Cnrv taken dnle hilt iMit rniti itlltl ttlllttntlrIii i tan fCtfd Ky1 I MIKADO j Day conch stallion 152 hands high good stylo nnd action DrOll by Crouch Son of Indiana lie has proven him self a great breeder Come look Mikado over before booking your mares He will sire kind the farmers neeij Will stand at my place four miles West of Crab Qrch anl at 6 to insure u live colt Will also stand fine jack JOHN known as the Cochran jack at 7 for mare mules and 6 for horse mules John is 16 hands high with white and black points John has proven himself a good mule jack Lien retained on all colts until season money is Mares traded or with or removed from the lartedI felts the insurance Care taken to vent accidents but not rosponslble- should any occur GEORGE D BOONE R F D No1 Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE No 103 VolB A S II It Mahogany bay black point white only on foot 9 years old 15 3S high weighs 1200 pounds strong list bolle1 mane and tall good backwltlr long blltb1nounted one rear old wore all honors In his class wberever shown i also tbo blue tie In sweep- stake harness rings at same age a J yearold he wsihhown U times and wore 13 blue string has never been defeated In tics lien the 11whenfor size style and general conformation and for all purposes Ho Is a saddle horse with live distinct gaits fat line acting racker good In two walks and a nice loper In Isle trot undsr saddle and In harness great all around action as Is reoI qulred for an uptodnto sire of high sale horse for or harness II lrlcedI sure enough harness horse graceful and fast can show hcconds a 3i2s gait with but Ifttlehandlingi did this last fall one year ego afterservlngOl mares In the spring He Is possessed of wonderlul nerve and eed enough to get a trotter for truck use or gentlemens roadsters large handsome stylish heavy loud strung enough- to tel carriage horses with a kindly dispo sition for all of a family hone He Is the horse to sire parkers stylish grace ful gubstanco and ducllltv It has been given up by horsemen that be Is one nf the must uniform breeders In Kentucky lie his colts after himself has nevei sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse for thu farmer and small breeder to produce Is the hone which serves the widest rung of purposes well Ills cots are show colts of the very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest IEDHiHK Sired by Chester Dare 10 N BIIHlio blDlack Squirrel 58 he by mack Eagle W lIam 67 ho by Washington Denmark 01 he by Oalnes Denmark by race horse Denmark F baby Imp Uedgeford Ofgottya Out dam Llzlemont by Wolchmodt No 6367 A T IL K he by William Welch all he by Ilysdlcks HambletonlanlO Dignitys sec ond darn IsbyAbdtllah Messenger 3d dam bv Ollls Vermont Itli Thoroughbred WelchmontH first dam Pauline by Almost Forest 2SS3 Table Dignity hare will make tho sea son of1005 at my stable In Ilustonvllle Ky at IS5 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mare traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomesduo and must be paid at time of such transaction Stared grazed at 1350 per month and bills to be paid be fore removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me will receive personal attention but I will not be responsible for accident as rh ne In at UUttonvllle KyD 8 OABlENTEK j f 1 w Weve Hired 1 at PlRNISI1 NCn3NCT BbetUiid Iony 6yean iluchr owned thigh living ShutlNnd Islands and UrrcatilfJ borsemrn Kentuifcy ilvftatlDiall nll1onwlthr elsewhere forfeits Insurance money brctimc Willaste NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Institution was originally rstabllthed the Deposit Stanford anlaed the National flank Stanford In IWi and again reorganised National flask Stanford IIU having practically unlnter ruptei existence better supplied now transact promptly well ever before lie long honorable career Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Paxton OwiUy Shanks Walker Oeo Garter Foster Oooch Cummins ll1rlgbtIt Shanks Uncle SaUlIAs our saint SHOW and SIUJbur throullhhimment This specUtofTerlnr mcni k riSpring tt First of of adJ15 Y They are bUck Thlbcts for dmwest and fancy Caxiimerrs WoulNIln light medium and dark Theybstyle1thatsod for mle messur- ebunkeaying MW THIS ad TJtl81perOur a lid olut lions In our line In the ind hive done huslneaionthe8AMKl3POYtl for over FORTY YKAHN weIICIOTIIIXII1ATtInd INGH for men and boys H1IOKS for every body We PAY JiXIKKAS wotthi send all JlXIth TO AIrROAI Style books for all lines request 11 hear from you LEVYSThird s LOUISVILLE DOCK GRAY iold tall by lirld rostra win make the season at 110 to Insure a oit lock Is bv an Imported poop that ott ooo the by the beet lIOn comers In show ring In IPOii Mn rttnlnrd onl1 coiu paid Mere part ed bred and due the atIAtOf This as Hank In 1111 then rear as II the Pint of la had an for II ears It Is with faculties for and than In and of oe J B J D W O J n L 0 WII II hood a 4 of and ask and you on J on us e In as in la BaccoMori The Farmflts flack A Trust Company and Under same ontlnuoullyfor SOLICIT BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mntually boneflcUl J IIOOKEII Prtst 8 T IlAURi V Pre J3 McHOnKKTS Ohr W II Ohn Directors f Reid J 9 T DaavUlaI i K L M II KImore Stanford StanfordTJai Robinson Hubble StanfordJ0 E Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK oe CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors W to r Officers S U SHANKJ President J B lesion VIce President w BUIOIIT Cashier Wi O WALKEIt Asit Oaihlt We Are Showing prom The HclcctcdICrab Orchard and vicinity is invited to cull anti See our stock and be that you do not have to leave the East End to Eras the feet in an tiptodato style W E Perkins 10 YOUR Officers WEAUKNAast convinced Crab Orchard Ky I tINow Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer If you havent paid for your Interior Journal this year do so today t I